Ms. Duvall is a licensed independent clinical social worker working with clients of all ages. She earned her master’s degree in social work from New York University’s Silver School of Social Work, and she holds a master of fine arts in acting from the National Theatre Conservancy in Denver, Colo. She earned her bachelor of science in theater performance, with associated study in psychology, from the University of Evansville in Indiana, where she graduated with honors. She has worked in both private and community health settings prior to joining CHP. She is based at CHP Lee Family Practice.
Mary A. Fierro, PhD, LICSW joins CHP as director of behavioral health for the countywide health care network. She divides her time between administrative duties and client appointments.
She has a doctorate in psychoeducational processes from Temple University and earned her master’s degree in social work from Rutgers University. She attended Seton Hall University, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology. Fierro has most recently worked in private practice and as the clinical program manager for Medicaid members of the Fallon Health accountable care organization. Her work with Fallon focused on behavioral and medical health and social determinants of health initiatives.
Dr. Leslie Fishbein previously worked as an attending consultation-liaison psychiatrist at Berkshire Medical Center; she was the medical director of BMC’s Primary Care Outreach Team (PCOT) and founded its Long-Term Care consultation division. She has held positions at Boston Medical Center, Boston City Hospital, and at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. She has also worked in academia at Harvard Medical School, Boston University School of Medicine, and UMass Medical Center.
Ms. Long is a licensed clinical social worker providing behavioral health care to patients at CHP Neighborhood Health Center. She completed her master’s degree at Boston College School of Social Work, and earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Lasell University in Newton, Mass.
Ms. Long was a clinical social work trainee at Stone Center Counseling Service at Wellesley College, and previously she worked as a school-based social worker at the Arlington Public Schools. She has also worked for the state Department of Children and Families; she worked as a child assault prevention specialist at a Newton family services agency.
She also holds a certificate (Equity and Justice in the Workplace) from the Boston College of Social Work.
Kimberly Loring is a psychiatric nurse practitioner at CHP Berkshire Pediatrics in Pittsfield. She earned her master’s degree in psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner from Northeastern University in Boston, and she holds another master’s degree in education from Cambridge College in Boston; she earned her bachelor of science in nursing at Northeastern. At CHP Loring works with pediatric primary care clinicians and behavioral health team members caring for children in need of mental health support.
Linda Moro, LICSW, has joined the Community Health Programs behavioral health team. She is now seeing clients at CHP’s Great Barrington Health Center and Barrington OB/GYN.
She earned her master’s degree from Fordham University School of Social Work in New York, and earned her bachelor’s degree in social work from Herbert Lehman College. She worked recently in correctional health services at Rikers Island in New York City, and she previously at The Children’s Village in New York City and for Catholic Charities in Bedford, N.Y.
She brings experience in individual and group therapy, treatment plan development, trauma treatment and family support services. She has also worked as a hospice social worker.
Ms. Segui is Family Support Coordinator for CHP Family Services in Great Barrington, working with families and individuals with young children aged 0-5. She is the program coordinator for both CHP’s Parent-Child+ and the Ages & Stages developmental screening program. She earned her master of social work degree at the New York University Silver School of Social Work in New York City, and holds a degree in business administration from Marist College. She has worked previously as a child and adolescent clinician at The Brien Center, and as the clinical director for Phoenix House Substance Abuse Treatment Center at the Berkshire County House of Corrections.
Ms. Segui provides services through CHP Family Services only.